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Ubisoft Announces Latest DLC Tracks For Just Dance 2015

Today, Ubisoft announced the latest batch of DLC tracks for Just Dance 2015, the newest installment of the leading dance game franchise. The new songs are available now to download on all current and next-gen gaming systems, and include:

  • “We Can’t Stop” by Miley Cyrus
  • “Funhouse” by P!nk
  • “Want U Back” by Cher Lloyd ft. Astro
  • “C’mon” by Ke$ha
  • “Kiss you” by One Direction

Just Dance 2015 features more than 40 of the hottest tracks and throwback tunes, including “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, “I Love It” by Icona Pop ft. Charli XCX, “Walk This Way” by Run DMC & Aerosmith, and “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj.

You Can Dress Link Up As The Postman In The Hyrule Warriors Twilight Princess Pack

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Ever wanted to see what Link looks like as the Postman from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess? Well you can now, thanks to the Hyrule Warriors Twilight Princess DLC Pack. The downloadable content will be released worldwide on November 27th. As you probably already know Midna will be a playable character in the game and you’ll also be able to dress Zelda up as Ilia from Twilight Princess. Also new to the DLC is a new weapon which is called the Dominion Rod and you’ll also get a brand new adventure map.

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Thanks, Michelle

Mewtwo Will Also Be Available As Paid Downloadable Content In Smash Bros in Europe

It looks as though you’ll still be able to get Mewtwo in Super Smash Bros even if you don’t own both the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U versions of the game in Europe. Nintendo says that Mewtwo will available for purchase on the eShop as add-on content at a later date. Currently you need to purchase both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros to claim Mewtwo and the free bonus Smash Bros soundtrack which contains 72 tunes.

“The free download codes for Mewtwo will be distributed in spring 2015. The character will be made available to purchase as add-on content in the future.”

Thanks, nintendoimpactgaming

Sakurai Explains Why Mewtwo Isn’t Paid DLC For Smash Bros

Super Smash Bros producer Masahiro Sakurai has told IGN why he decided not to add Mewtwo as paid downloadable content. Sakurai says that what he’s looking to do with Mewtwo in Super Smash Bros is an experiment that’s he’s keen to see work out. Sakurai explained in an earlier interview today that Nintendo isn’t working on any additional paid downloadable content for Super Smash Bros.

“As for why Mewtwo isn’t paid content from the start, releasing that character is an experiment meant to act as a foothold in content distribution; thus it’s simply meant as part of the service we’re providing to gamers.”

“Creating a single fighter involves a huge investment, and we’ve already been giving it our all and investing a lot of work in the characters currently available in the game, and I think it’s an incredible package in terms of the sheer amount of content in the game. But it might be that people may not understand and may think that I am not offering enough just by looking at DLC itself.”

“…What I can say now about paid DLC is that we aren’t working on anything at the moment. We’ve put all our efforts into making the actual game. Creating DLC would involve large additional costs and require the involvement of a lot of people.”

Thanks, MasterPikachu6

Nintendo Says It Isn’t Working On Premium DLC For Smash Bros On Nintendo 3DS And Wii U

Super Smash Bros creator Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed to Video Gamer that the Kyoto based company has no plans to release premium downloadable content for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS versions. Sakurai says the reason behind this is that he wants fans to feel content that they’ve got the full version of each game.

“I understand that DLC could add a lot to the appeal of Smash Bros.,” Sakurai said, “and I appreciate that a major part of the excitement for these games come from which characters will appear in the roster, so I think fans could really enjoy DLC that could keep this excitement going. However, I think there might be criticism that we are cutting up content to sell characters one by one, or that we are adding things later that should have been there from the start.”

“Creating a single fighter involves a huge investment, and we’ve already been giving it our all and investing a lot of work in the characters currently available in the game and, I think it’s an incredible package in terms of the sheer amount of content in the game. But it might be that people may not understand and may think that I am not offering enough by just looking at DLC itself.

“In light of this, we always need to weigh up both sides of this topic and carefully consider whether it really is best to have DLC or not.”

“However, what I can say now about paid DLC is that we aren’t working on anything at the moment,” he continued. “We’ve put all our efforts into making the actual game. Creating DLC would involve large additional costs and require the involvement of a lot of people. I can’t yet give you an answer about whether the price would justify the costs and criticisms mentioned above.”

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Aonuma Confirms Midna Is A Twilight Princess DLC Character In Hyrule Warriors

Eiji Aonuma has confirmed via Miiverse that Midna from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will be a playable character in the second DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors which will be released November 27th. Aonuma revealed the news via Miiverse and said that Midna will retain her look from the end of Twilight Princess. Here’s what he said.

“When I was developing Twilight Princess, I thought it was such a waste to let a beautiful princess like her only appear in the ending. Now Koei Tecmo Games has made my wish to see more of her come true. Twili Midna’s weapon is the Mirror of Twilight, which appeared in Twilight Princess. This mirror was destroyed at the end of that game, but it’s pretty amazing in Hyrule Warriors.”

“In fact, I can’t describe in words what’s so amazing about it, so I hope you’ll download this DLC pack and see for yourself. In addition to Twili Midna, the Twilight Princess Pack includes new weapons, costumes and an adventure map, so if you played through the original game, they should contribute to the fun you’ll have in Hyrule Warriors. (For one of the costumes, you can dress Link up as a certain familiar character from the Zelda series. It may make you say “”Wow!”” so I hope you’ll look forward to it.) The second DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors, the Twilight Princess Pack, will be released globally on November 27!”

Thanks, Twilight Warrior

 

Watch Dogs On Wii U Will Have Some DLC On The eShop

Despite Ubisoft saying that DLC will skip the soon to be released Watch Dogs, it now appears as though some DLC content will be released via the Wii U eShop. It doesn’t appear that it’s going to be the Bad Blood downloadable content so we shall have to wait and see if that content will eventually be made available for Wii U owners

Via the Nintendo eShop, players can download the Conspiracy DLC, which is an in-game augmented reality mission where AI enemies are hunted down. The second add-on pack is Access Granted, which is a compilation of the pre-order bonus content that shipped across all versions. It includes new outfits, skills, and a trio of contract missions.

Thanks, lord ghost : king of the federation